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About 6 in 10 U.S. adults say they want any increase in the debt limit to be coupled with terms for reducing the federal budget deficit.

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WASHINGTON — House Republicans passed sweeping legislation Wednesday that would raise the government's legal debt ceiling by $1.5 trillion in exchange for steep spending restrictions, a tactical victory for Speaker Kevin McCarthy as he challenges President Joe Biden to negotiate and prevent a catastrophic federal default this summer.

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